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Manchester United Move For Deadly Striker Gathers Huge Pace

Timothy Aiyeku

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Erling Haaland

Manchester United proposed move for RB Salzburg’s striker Erling Haaland has gained massive pace after coach Jesse Marsch admitted that the player will leave his team sooner rather than later.

The RB Salzburg manager told CNN that it would be difficult stopping the player from leaving based on the number of clubs interested in his services.

He revealed that he is in touch with the player’s dad and they are considering the best option for the teenager.

He, however, reiterated his readiness to ensuring that the youngster’s goalscoring performances aren’t affected by the transfer rumors surrounding his future.

Barcelona, Manchester United, Real Madrid, Liverpool, Manchester City, Bayern Munich and other European giants are all monitoring his progress with his Austrian side.

Meanwhile, it is said that Chris Smalling’s agent is currently in Italy to negotiate a permanent transfer deal with Roma on behalf of his client.

Roma is looking at the prospect of signing the Red Devils loanee on a permanent deal in January and his representative is set to begin talks with the Serie A side.

The England international center-back looks reborn since his loan switch to Italy and Roma are willing to have him beyond this campaign.

It should be recalled that United had earlier rejected Roma’s £13m offer as they are only ready to listen to a £15m transfer bid.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.